DDI Workshop, May 25 to 27, 2014

The 5th Drug-Drug Interaction (DDI) Workshop at Marbach Castle is highly rated by participants

More than 70 experts in drug development and drug-drug interactions from 14 countries took part in the scientific meeting entitled "DDI 2014 – 5th International Workshop on Regulatory Requirements and Current Scientific Aspects on the Preclinical and Clinical Investigation of Drug-Drug Interactions" at Marbach Castle on Lake Constance between 25 and 27 May. Feedback on the workshop from participants was consistently positive. The DDI Workshop is now confirmed as a scientific platform that has proven itself as an event for the exchange of ideas between representatives from academic, regulatory health authorities and industry. This was also evident at the anniversary event this year, which focussed on new approaches to studying drug-drug interactions in drug development, the significance of transporter based interactions, and the new draft of the Japanese guideline. These areas were also complemented by the topic of food-drug and herb-drug interactions. The new addition of a poster presentation was well received and is to be included in the programme again next year.

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Workshop Programme 2014